The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Robert Ruth, died on December 29 at age 82, following complications of pneumonia in Torrance, California.
The cause of the actor’s death was revealed by his son, Monty Ruth.
Ruth is famous for his roles in Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 film Reservoir Dogs and the 1994 film Pulp Fiction.
He also starred in the 2001 episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond, catch Me If You Can, and many others. Plus, he also contributed his voice as a boxing announcer in Rocky (1976) and as a cockroach in A Bug’s Life (1998).
The actor served as a demolitions expert during the Korean War, appeared 65 times doing comedy skits with Johnny Carson as a member of The Mighty Carson Art Players.
Ruth is survived by his children Monty, Adam and Regan, grandchildren Ashleigh and Bridget and ex-wife Ann.